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need help this holiday. >> natasha barrett has more on a generous donation. >> thanksgiving. to many, it is a day off. or a time to spend with your family. but many others cannot worry about that. they are worried about feeding their family. and 11,000 turkeys and all the fixing our being offered at a discounted rate for those who cannot afford thanksgiving dinners. catholic charities are holding this annual of then in hyattsville. many churches stopped by. >> i have been going there for 3235 years. >> it is tough and sometimes embarrassing for people to ask for help. but because of the economy, some people say they have no choice. >> it is tight. very tight for people. >> the capitol area of food bank in northwest d.c. also stocked up on 30. 1000 birds were delivered today. that will go to kitchens and food pantries while the pickups will continue. and there is still time for you to get a discounted turkey mail for your family if you need. for all that information just log on to your web site -- to our website wjla.com. abc7 is. >> next at 6:00 -- a place you cannot go until tomorro
que el agua y el aceite. >>> natasha estrada dice que el burlesque es un estilo de vida sensual y atrevido. >>> mientras para la chica boom que pidiÓ no revelar el nombre en burlarse de stereo estereoti ridiculizar el machismo. >>> el miedo que tiene el norteamericano es que los mexicanos van a invadir la naciÓn. >>> este otro acto es su respuesta a los que piensan que la mujer latina es sumisa y estÁn aquÍ para servirle. >>> ¿como honras la cultura latina?. >>> cada show es una carta de amor a mi cultura, aunque no hable espaÑol es una parte escencial de lo que soy. >>> es relacionadora publica de ropa retro. >>> este es don pedro que le gusta que le pegue y le golpea. >>> maestrÍa en estudios Étnicos y estÁ en proceso de obtener un doctorado. >>> ¿por quÉ cada vez son mÁs latinas que entran al burlesque?. >>> son fuertes y apasionadas, les recomendarÍa a todas que jueguen con eso. es posible que sientan mÁs seguridad y confianza en sÍ misma que nunca. >>> como en el caso de un seguidor de la chica boom que se rian y yo relloren de lo mis. >>> me sentÍ horrible, p
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. that's when i came across the mission continues. >> natasha young was in the marines for 12 years, a gunnery sargent medically discharged a year ago with cancer and ptsd. >> there was no shortage of organizations offering free items like movie tickets or, that's not what i needed. i needed someone to say that, you know what staff sergeant young, you're still needed. you have valuable, tangible skills that you can still utilize in your community. >> there are 72 vets in this group out of over 700 who applied. getting accepted as a fellow is not easy. spencer kympton, the 2nd in command of the mission continues is a former blackhawk helicopter pilot. >> you have to be able to demonstrate that you're not done serving, that you have a particular passion to serve in the same way that you did when you raised your right hand and said you'd support and defend the constitution of the united states. >> the vets who are accepted are hooked up with local nonprofit organizations in their communities. >> whether that's mentoring low-income kids, or building homes for the impoverished, or traini
. back to you. live from alexandria, natasha barrett, abc7 news. >> just go ahead and get your shopping over with. an air bag problem has prompted the recall of the grand cherokee and liberty model years 2002-2004. the national highway transportation and safety administration have found they can go off without warning. 215 incidents have been reported. chrysler says they will fix the problem at no charge. "still ahead, it turns out bullying is not just between students. in this video, students cnet bullying a teacher. >> what is being done for the thousands still without power after sandy? >> the future of some d.c. >> you are watching abc7 news at 5 with leon harris, allison starling, chief meteorologist doug hill, and tim brant sports. this is abc 7 news at 5 on your side. >> parents and teachers are waiting for the ax to fall on some d.c. public schools. >> next week, the chancellor will announce schools that will be closing in the near future. suzanne kennedy as outside headquarters but the details. >> the details on this plan will be released on tuesday. parents and teachers began
they say the cause may be a defective furnace. live from northwest d.c., natasha barrett. >> we go to storm watch as rain and cooler temperatures are about to roll in. doug hill is tracking this in the belfort furniture weather center for us. >> showers will be coming in overnight, but right now, not bad. 67 right now outside of the belfort to a furniture weather center. from frederick douglass elementary in leesburg, pretty cloudy this afternoon. starting to see a little bit of a break in the overcast but then the clouds selling right back in. cloudy skies will be the story this evening in the rain will move in. a pretty strong cold front continues to advance from west to east. later this evening around midnight and overnight, the best chance for scattered showers with this front. the biggest effect will be the temperature drop. look at this. 58 in pittsburgh and 38 in detroit. temperatures are dropping at an incredible rate. it is 32 degrees colder in chicago today than it was yesterday. a big changes coming and we have the class continue to increase. overnight, we will drop into the 40's
republicans and democrats say they are not really start to see them go. and natasha has more on how they are feeling on the day after. >> one thing we can agree on in the washington area is those campaign ads. someone came up to me and said they were just so happy it was over. >> gm calls romney's ad "politics at its cynical worst." >> during every break, there they were, the finger-pointing the negativity, over and over again. >> obama quietly ended work requirements for welfare. >> there are six dozen campaign ads. i am so glad. >> it was not just the noise heard on tv and radio. >> we are glad we will not get our mailbox stuffed with political campaign mail. >> one place voters sounded off was online. social media sites like twitter and facebook. >> i am just really, really glad it is over. >> online you could still learn what your friends bought about candidates, and at times it could get ugly. >> it makes you mad. you do not want to be mad at your friend for their political via. >> some $6 billion is estimated to have been spent on just election ads. >> you know, the campaign i
. well that's like boris and natasha stuff to me. this must have been true. it was true in the 1950s. who's going to be blackmailing him? the russians or the chinese are going to say we're going to tell the world you had an affair or otherwise please give us confidential information? then fine, go ahead and tell them. so this whole notion that he should be treated differently because he's the head of the c.i.a., die buy that. >> eliot: what should the president have done? question whether it should have gotten there. once the president had this, once he got the call as an executive, what should he do? >> the president should have said i need you. you've obviously done a very bad thing. you're now going to suffer a great deal reputationly with your wife, your family, a lot of painful things are going to happen but this does not to me, alter your capacity to do the job. i need you to do. and beyond all of that from a self-interest point of view, petraeus is his wingman. gates said the policy is good, republicans fe
of the great recession. i hope it doesn't go that way. >> we've got to end it there. there was a guest natasha at the same time. >> i remember. >> i wish we could do that every time. kevin can we call you natasha? >> you can. i'll put on a skirt and wig if i can have to. the punch bowl is like a swimming pool. >> hard to move a punch bowl like that. >> see you later. >> when we come back, we'll talk about a website that could save you an unnecessary trip to the doct doctor's office. they're helping patients get advice without the hassle of a waiting room. we'll speak to the company's founder ron gutman right after this. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, you won't just find us online, you'll also find us in person, with dedicated support teams at over 500 branches nationwide. so when you call or visit, you can ask for a name you know. because personal service starts with a real person. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our support teams are nearby, ready to help. it's no wonder so many investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. governor of getting it done.
system? natasha in macon, georgia, an educator. caller: yes. host: what are your thoughts? caller: schools need to allow various ways of teaching. a very rigid process where we are looking for one out, but not allowing different ways to teach multiple varieties of students. host: what does that mean? you have to teach in a certain way because of testing requirements? caller: i mean because of learning requirements. sometimes teachers teach because they want to teach a certain type of way, like they want to lecture or they don't want to change their teaching -- or they want to change their teaching style because the children have different home languages because of their culture. you have to take more things into account. i do think teachers could be more artistic in their interpretation of the standards. that should be supported by administrators. host: give us an example of artistic? caller: i like to use dramatic arts in my teaching a lot of times duty to a particular standard. i may have students to act it out, create a scene, create a rap or poem. sometimes you look at that an
.s. really no severe weather anywhere in the country right now, natasha, very good news. just a littl blustery. >> i guess that's still shopping weather if you bundle up. peel layers off. so much to carry. thanktom. >> suk gives us a glimpse of jfk's presidency through best-selling author kit joins me to discuss her new book. >>> a groom to be in south carolina is about to get a new kidney from his fiancee's best friend. andy is just 27 and didn't think he had health problems. he found out his kidneys are failing. he would have to wait two years for a donor kidney. he started looking for live donors. his fiancee's bff was the first to offer. turns out she's a perfect match. >> this gives me a chance to live a more normal and healthier life because someone is being so selfless in giving up a vital or organ like a kidney. >> they love each other so much. it's a great example of a relationship. you're like why them. but i think that god gives the biggest burdens to the people who can carry the weight. >> allison and andy's fiancee brittany have been friend since their
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